Last Week in Horror: June 15th to the 22nd
Last Week in Horror the only important thing that occured was the untimely passing of Stan Winston. I recommend all fans head over and read Ain’t it Cool’s tribute to the man, which features write-ins from the artists’ friends, who range from James Cameron to Greg Nicotero to Alan Scott to Rick Baker to Fred Dekker.
Theatrical Trailers and Clips
Studio News and Attachments
Indie, Foreign and Random News
- Although no one contacted him about it, Tom Jane wants the title role in undead comic adaptation HEX. So he had a friend scar him up, take some pictures and send them unsolicited to Warner Brothers. Further evidence as to why I love Tom Jane. He cosplays.
- Victor Salva, of all folk, spills that he and Del Howison have been pitching a TV horror anthology called, of course, Dark Delicacies that would be hosted Hitchcock style by Clive Barker.
- KFC brings out their lawyers to stop THE KENTUCKY FRIEND HORROR SHOW.
- Nick Wechsler does the obvious thing and options THROTTLE, the novella written by Joe Hill and Stephen King that won’t even be published until 2009.
- On June 25th Spain gets an extensive, English language friendly DVD set that dives deep into the three short films of Nacho Cerda. One of those is AFTERMATH, a masterpiece in my book. If you’ve got a region free player, it’ll run you about $22 before shipping.
Indie/Foreign Trailers and Clips